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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING ESTABLISHED MARCH 2 CENTS PER DIPLOMA TIC AD VISER SHO TVFEDERAL COURT SUPREME THE STATE Night of the Minstrel To what was probably the largest crowd of the entire four the High School Minstrels played Wed nesday night The show went off with a dash and the audience was en thusiastic in Its Every nnmber was welt Charles a member of the quartet In the who waa unable to take part hi the opening Bad re covered from his Illness lest and was in his usual adding greatly to this Just how much was cleared by the performances la rfbt known definitely as expenses for costumes were atfer all expenses are and outstanding debts of the Athletio association are a neat sum should The show will be given probably tn several weeks in several surround ing Arrangements are being made tor an appearance at the Opera March and at one or two other Castle See the handsome twotoned and striped wall papers for 25 and 30 cents a double at m This Is the Time of Year Everybody Cabinets Another Large Con signment Just THE QIBSON FURNITURE THE WQ WalVPaper Cleaner Climax 1 for 25c DYES Diamond Make your old Clothes Look Like New Now is the Time AT G Be Recce 238 Main 1 lASTROJJSREoULTS Declares Justice Will Fol low Decision ot United States Supreme Court IN THE MINNESOTA RATE CASE Railroad Again Score Victory Cver in Their Attempt to Regu late Railroad Rates Within State North March refusing to grant to Attorney General Toung of Minnesota a writ of habeas corpus releasing him from the penalty im posed by the United States circuit court for the district of Minnesota on the charge of contempt of court in In stituting a proceeding in a state court for the enforcement of the railroad rate law after the federal court had prohibited such a course and In affirm ing the decision of Judge Prltchard of the United States circuit court for the Western district ot North Caro discharging from imprisonment j James a ticket agent of the i Southern railway at after he had been sentenced by the Astievllle police court to serve a term on rock pile on the charge ot collecting for a ticket on that road a greater price than was permitted by the state railroad the supreme court oC the United States has added another to the series of decisions which have rendered notable the present term of that State Courts In both cases the right of the states to fix rates for railroad transporta tion was the Issue and both involved conflicts between the federal and state The decision in each case was opposed both to the states and to their The opinion ot the court In both cases was announced by Justice Peckham with the exception of Justice all the other members of the court stood behind him in tho announcement of the courts Justice Harlan read a dissenting opin ion in Uie Young in which he took the view that the suit was practi cally a proceeding against the and therefore not permissible under the eleventh amendment to the consti He therefore characterized the opinion as era making in the history of the said it had the effect of closing the courts of a state against the state Itself and predicted that the result would be The two cusos were so similar that both practically were decided in one The principal pronouncement was made In the Minnesota Justice Peckhams opinion was au thoritatively outlined as follows Heavy Penalties Tho court has decided that by rea son ot the enormous penalties provid ed In the rate by way of fines against Hie companies and imprison ment of their agents and the companies were in effect prevent ed from ever questioning the validity of those laws as4he risk of confisca tion of property and imprisonment of agents in case the companies failed In their defense was too much to un dertake in order to obtain A judicial decision of the wisdom of such va Such laws are therefore held un constitutional as they prevented the companies from resorting to the courts and therefore deprived them of the equal protection of the The question of the sufficiency of the rates to enable the company to ob tain some return to its stockholders for their investment has for many years been held to be one for the courts to as it would be a vio lation of tho c itntlon of the Unit i 0 low us to be ml should ed States to therefore further liir tlon to ma Nc It hn held cer i CxccI i loiy i i nflor i 1 iiH i i n i of this i r in decided m lUs mure a suit against la u proceeding c ai of the stairin a person In uis custody Ir n orlmo against thii federal court or jiulgs who thereupon discharges such persoM on the ground that his imprisonment is in violation of tho federal Such a proceeding fins been held valid for many years Harlan deemed the cases of sufficient Importance to justify a OOnworrt llspcntlng taking strong ground in support of the the ory that the proceeding In the Young emse was a suit the state and therefore not permissible under the He closed his statement with the following words Harlans Solemn Neither the words nor the policy of the eleventh amendment un der our former justify any order of a federal court the necessary effect of which will be to exclude a slate from UH own Such an or attended by such results cannot I he sustained consistently with the powers which HO cording to the unllorm declaration ot this poBBtBK under lie camiUtu 1 am justified by what this court hoa heretofore dociuroil In now saying that the wise mon who framed the constitution ami who caused the adop tion of the eleventh amendment would have been startled by the suggestion that a state of the union can be pre vented by an order of a subordinate federal court from being represented by Its attorney general In a suit brought by the state In one of Its own and that such an order would be inconsistent with the dignity of tho states as Involved In their constitu tional Immunity from the judicial proc esses of the federal counts except in the limited otises In which they may constitutionally be made parties in this and would be a muled by most pernicious CHINA FLEE ni Indicated as Place Where Welcome Will Ee Mnrrh throws Minister UH diplomatic in IIIIH ex tendered a cordial invitation for the American battleship fleet to stop in China on its wayaround the Secretary Hoot was absent from the department the communication wilt bo laid upon his re upon Wu bnsed his invitation came from the minister of foreign affairs at Pe king siibstinl tally In the following words As the American Heel Is to visit the Pur we have given tele graphic iiiHirtictluiis to the viceroy at Nanking to niako suiiuljle preparations In conjunction with Admiral the ranking ofticer of ihu to wel come tlie lloet to Chiuoou It is hoped HI the legation that i favorable response will be made by this government to the and the officials at the legation are confi dent that a hearty reception will be given to the officers and men of the fleet wherever tho ships may Shanghai is the only port of any consequence In the vlceroyalty of Nan so evidently It is the expectation of the Chinese1 home authorities that the will stop there in the event that the American government feels that any moru mops than those al ready announced should be Information has reached the navy hat Now Zealand and Tas mania have similar invitations on the way by ASSISTANCE ASKED Cochranton VUlttsJ by Whole Town Threatened with Des Flro which broke out in the livery stable of Fred at shortly before 1 this destroyed that building as well as the plant of the Pennsylvania Special ty Manufacturing one of the principal industries of that town The origin ot flre is H had gained considerable headway before it was discovered and the liv ery stable was loon a mass of Five horses perished and all tho vehicles were The Cochranton firemen turned out promptly after the alarm was but were handicapped by a low water The flumes spread from the livery stable to the plant of the Specialty At this juncture the Mead vllle flre department was asked for assistance and promptly The Erie railroad furnished n special train and a three hose feet of hose and other apparatus were The run was made in IE In the meantime the flre had de stroyed the machine but the Cochranton firemen had confined It to that building and the flames were under control when the Meadvllle firemen The livery stable of Moore and tho plant of the Pennsylvania Special ty company were located on north side of Adams two blocks east of the Moore had a loss of about The Pennsylvania Specialty com pany Was recently by and Ross Sackman and employed 12 Machinery valued at was The loss is partial ly covered by The build ing was owned by a TAFT ON STATE RIGHTS Concentration of Authority at Wash ington Would Be March of War Tuft In an address to the geiierul assembly here last night made some significant remarks on the rela tions of the federal government to tho several In view of the decision of the United States supreme court in the Minnesota and North Carolina rate cases much interest was maul tested in the secretarys Speaking of legislatures respecting he said I think it sometimes takes greater courage to grant n franchise which is favorable to a corporation than it does to deny such a franchise when the franchise really operates to the ben eflt of the public by enabling a cor poration legitimately to earn a profit and not bo put in such a position as to make It essential that the corporation should defraud somebody in order that should carry on Its business with a fiietnry Taft said the develop i tho country had mnde some v more 1m it n roiu I 1 I i i1 jhnl v I March Frank nn inmate of the county was at tucked by a boar and was so badly Injured that he He was Intrusted with the feeding of the hogs and the boar got ot the and while trying to put him back Lutz was terribly lacerated by the tusks of the March Flor ence ago and her age wore fatally injured in u kerosene explosion at her The boy tried to hasten the fire in the stove by pouring kerosene over the smoldering blaze niul there was a ter rific Both were terribly March John Pat terson applied for a liquor license in College Hill but was re Patterson was acquitted some time ago on a charge of soliciting Wil liam Howard to kill Judge In granting licenses to retailers Judge Holt told them that ihoy would bo re quired to close their places on Christj Decoration day and fiate RELIEVES IN FIVE Help Comes Quickly Is Used for The quick relief that comes from tie treatment for catarrh is most Put a few drops ot liquid Ilyomel In the little pocket Inbnler that comes with every Wore jou have used the treat ment for Itve minutes you will notice j relief fron your catarrhal 1 It a tonic healing effect to the air you kills all catarrLal stops the poisonous and soothes the irritated mucous If you suffer from offensive raising of frequent sneez husky discharge from the droppings in the loss of spasmodic coughing and feeling of tightness across the upper part of the general weakness I and or any other symptoms lot you should begin to use Ilyomel at once It will destroy all disease germs In the throat and lings and make a quick and perma cure oi sirens is GrlilHia balief in the jwver ul Ilyomel to cure all catarrhal troubles that with every outllt lie gives a guarasitee to refund the un less the remedy gives TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF March In fant chlll of Joseph Stanbaclch full from H hlsh chulr kntllo of soup and died of March thief sot flre to OPOW McClellans grocery at South nftar robbing The lire loss Is Bast March rison uge acci dentally shot himself In the leg with a rifle and died In two March Central Pennsylvania Methodist Episcopal con ference has adopted the Troy plan of a time limit to March the head of the Madden boiler a prominent manufac dropped dead at his age fifty March Cincinnati traveling while In Kromont received n which notified him that a rich uncle had died and left htm Brie railroad shops will close In all de partments except the roundhouse until when work will be About SOO men are who conducted an em ployment agency here and victimized a number of baa been sen tenced to six months In March the request of the British ambassador at Washington Governor Stuart Issued a respite staying the execution of Wil liam Smith at Plttsburg from March 24 until April March Cy rus Foss of Methodist Episco pal Is seriously ill at his home In this His condition Is such as not to give any encourage ment for his March Mi age attempted to take the life of his claiming she had circulated false reports about He then took carbolic acid and Is The woman will March sweep ing reduction in Pennsylvania railroad shops force was when men were Married men were Single outsiders and floaters were the ones let March Samuel Moody of the governors staff was taken seriously 111 on a train and removed to n hotel He is affected with pleurisy and his physicians ex pect to take him homo to March Postmaster Clarence Sharp of Wyatt stood eighteen feet away from a boiler at the Hess oil well when the boiler but he escaped in although hurled thirty feet into a March Carter of Hudson was perhaps fatally Injured In the Pine Hidgo who was a was walking through an abandoned breast when a shot went blowing out both his March Charles a fell sixty feet from the tower of u machine tank at the American bottle He struck be tween two tanks and It required four men to extricate He died shortly March cils rejected the proposition of the Youngstown Consolidated Gas and Electric Light company for an eight year contract to light the The plans for a municipal lighting plant will probably go Frenchman Steals March sensation has been caused by the arrest here of a man named Henri Rochette on the charge of conducting successful swin dles on an enormous Rochette was at one time a waiter in an ob scure French Ho came to Paris to seek his in which he was eminently successful so long as he could keep out of the clutches of the He founded the FrancoSpanish bank and floated not less than a dozen mining in which he was a director and whose stock was eagerly purchased by French It now develops that his methods were fraudulent and the complaint against him alleges that he has stolen more than through the medium of his various companies and so DeVWs Lftle twers sure Hry West Corpse of Baby In the March Postmaster Olerach of reported to chief postal inspector of the Rocky Mountain the dis covery of the body of an Infant In the The package was addressed to o man at and bore the rilurn of a woman of Wood flO oitf f else to OlIKOIa 111 I I says that nn liiiosilgadon will lie American Employe of Korean Gov ernment Attacked by Faq atical Foreigners INCURS HATRED OF ODD TRIBE They Resent His Remarks Ja pans Purposes In Korea Are Benefi cent and Immediately Appoint Com mittees to Murder San March a revolver concealed In a a shot and se verely wounded for merly counselor to the Japanese em bassy Washington and now diplo matic advisor to the Korean govern as Stevens was about to leave for Three shots were fired at Stevens by the first bullet perhaps fatally wounding with Chang and attacked Stevens as he was leaving an automobile at the Ferry The other two shots took effect in Stevenss one bul let striking under the right shoulder blade near the spinal column and the other a few inches While the wounds are it is said that the chances for Stevenss recovery are The motive for the attack apparent ly arises out the resentment of a small group of San Franciscan Ko reans to the Japanese protectorate over Korea and to the part playedin ot the Korean govern ment by A few hours previously Stevens was attacked at the Kairmoimt hotel by four who called to see him with reference to an Interview in which Stevens had praised the work of the Japanese In After a fight with fists and Stevens stood off the assail ants until they were As Stevens and Consul General Koike stepped from an automobile at the Ferry building three Koreans were awaiting As the Japanese consul general went to the front of the auto mobile to look after some baggage Chun struck Stevens a vicious blow in the face and The diplomatist immediately started In pursuit of his standing drew from n pocket a revolver wrapped in a handkerchief and fired three shots In rapid succession at The first shot Chun down with a bullet through the right The other two bullets struck Policemen arrested Chang and but the other Korean who is about as large as a twelveyearold says he Is thirty years old and has been In this country for two coming from me shoot he said to a representative of the Associated no my home no Him belp Blme by Korea atlee same He said he had read about stevens in the Japanese newspapers and had recognized him from a It was learned that a small band of Koreans KILLED STEVENS had been hunting Stevens ever since he arrived from the Orient last Inquiry was made at all the principal hotels until one commit tee1 found him at the Hearing of tho failure of that com mittee to assassinate an other group waited for Chang la in a cell at the city No charge will be placed against him ponding the outcome of Stevenss PREACHERS OFFENDED Rebuke Philadelphia Professor for Re markB on Liquor March tem perance cause and the outcome of the trial of the William charged with conduct unbecoming were matters of great con cern in the Philadelphia conference ot the Methodist Episcopal church at its sessions The Professor Robert Ellis Thompson Ot the high In an address on political economy before one ot his advocated the sale of liquor during certain hours on Sun stirred up the ministers on the temperance question Thompson said that experience shows that proH hibltton cannot be enforced in targe cities and that the sale of liquor ought to be permitted between noon and 3 oclock on especially for the benefit of people who use it at theit The conference took the matter up at Its opening when a resolu tion was offered protesting against expression of such an opinion in class recitation or official relation by A committee was named to call upon Thompson and ascer tain whether he had given utterance to the opinion credited to He told the committee he had been rightly quoted and that he had no retraction to whereupon a condemnatory resolution was adopted after the min isters had showered much criticism upon his Looneys Press Rock March mite exploded in a press at the print Ing plant of the Rock Island Daily destroyed the machine and practically wrecked the News was founded three yearn ago by John a lawyer and politi and had lately given attention to saloons and a certain gambling ele ment in Kock Island and March state game commission has the first of the fines imposed un der the act ot 1907 for killing a The fine came from where a prosecution was brought against k hunter by Warden March me a couple of kisses and everything will be all sobbed William entwining her arms about husband who a few hours before is al leged to have beaten her with a Nutt was let off by Justice McKnlght with the payment of the March or Stuart has Issued a proclamation fixing April 3 and 24 as arbor The American people are on the verge of a timber says the The annual consump tion of lumber is now more than three times as great as the annual PARIS CLOAK HOUSE Store of Exclusive Announce their Spring and Summer Opening Wednesday March 25th to 28th We should be delighted to have as many ladies of Greenville visit our store and see this exposition ot all that is latest in outer garments as There is nothing better in New York or later aVV f   

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